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“Mainhatten” – the name that the locals of Frankfurt have given their city, given its striking resemblance to the commerce hub of America. The tremendous skyline is to be seen in all its glory as you approach the city on your coach. Frankfurt is regarded by many as the most important financial centre in Europe, being home to many major banking institutions as well as the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Many other aspects of Frankfurt have been able to flourish as a result of this economic growth, such as education and tourism. But beneath the surface you’ll notice that the city is an interesting combination of modern and historical architecture that is also steeped in a rich culture. Travel by coach to Frankfurt and discover a city with a multifaceted personality, offering an insight into many different walks of life.
Jump on a coach to Frankfurt and experience a host of attractions. In the old town of Frankfurt there are many preserved buildings that are worth visiting, such as the St. Bartholomäus Cathedral. In front of the Cathedral you’ll find the archaeological gardens, with excavations on display from the Roman and Carolingian periods. One of the oldest and longest standing buildings in Frankfurt is the Römer - the picturesque building boasts a beautifully landscaped space between the main pedestrian zone of Frankfurt and the train station. This is one of the biggest contrasts between modern and old Frankfurt. Another attraction definitely worth a visit is the “Messeturm.” Many of our coach passengers liken it to gigantic pencil. Enjoy a breath-taking view of the city by taking a trip up to the top of the Eschenheim Tower. This tower was once a medieval city gate but is now considered to be one of Frankfurt’s most amazing landmarks.
The Museum Embankment is a cluster of various museums, developed in 1973. You can actually visit all 34 museums with a single museum ticket – much cheaper than buying individual museum tickets. For families with children, a visit to the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History is definitely worth considering. An evening in Frankfurt offers a large choice of cultural possibilities; with extensive theatre programs, opera houses and concert halls. The operas in Frankfurt are known worldwide and many have received the title “opera of the year” several times. Those who prefer Boulevard Theatre would enjoy the Fritz Rémond Theater or an excursion down the “Neue Mainzer Straße”.
Frankfurt also offers a vibrant night life with a long list of possibilities. Well known clubs such as the traditional rock club “Batschklapp” is very popular. In the jazz cellar of Frankfurt there is a comfortable, feel-good atmosphere similar to that on your coach. The “King Kamehameha Club” offers a wide range of music genres; from house, dance, Hip Hop, Rock, Pop and of course R&B – something for every taste. Frankfurt is also home to many an Irish pub so you’re guaranteed a great time!
The Main Guard (“Hauptwache”) is the central square of downtown Frankfurt. Only a few S-Bahn stops from the main train station, here the real urban life is uncovered. From the Main Guard you can go directly to the main shopping street – the “Zeil.” Here are all the major stores and boutiques, meaning that every shopaholic will find what they desire; by itself the shopping district is a good enough reason for a bus trip to Frankfurt. For those less enthusiastic about shopping, and more interested about sport, then Frankfurt is in any case definitely the right place. Whether it’s football, ice hockey, basketball or trampolining – Frankfurt is also known for its many different sports clubs. Accordingly, there are of course many sport events that take place throughout the year. So make sure you check out what’s on when you book your bus travel to ensure that you don’t miss out. The “Frankfurt Marathon” attracts thousands of tourists every year and of course participants, as does ‘Hessen tanzt’ the biggest dance competition in the world.
The focal point of German airspace: Frankfurt’s airport is by far the biggest in Germany and Europe, in third place behind the Paris Charle de Gaulle and London Heathrow. After traveling by bus to Frankfurt, it is worth to just sit and watch the airplanes waiting to takeoff or landing. If you are less interested by aircraft engineering, then you can utilize Frankfurt’s shopping and culture instead. Frankfurt’s airport is only a few minutes away from the S-Bahn lines or is easily achievable with a bus from the train station.
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